What we have learned and have yet to learn from manufacturer-supplier relations in the auto industry
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- Kentaro Nobeoka & Michael A. Cusumano, 1994. "Multi-Project Strategy and Market-Share Growth The Benefits of Rapid Design Transfer in New Product Development," Discussion Paper Series 37, Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University.
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